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EDITOR'S NOTE

It's always easy to jump on the bandwagon. Today we look at how the rise in Apple's fortunes hasn't yet resulted in Microsoft's empire crumbling. Click the story below.

Also, something that makes us worried about the NBN, news that has Australian gamers rejoicing, and if you missed our wrapup of the NBN in Melbourne, check it out below.

William Maher
PC & Tech Authority

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Let this not happen to the NBN NEWS
Let this not happen to the NBN
By William Maher | Mar 20, 2012
A report this morning credits "vandals" with a cutting a Telstra fibre connection connecting Maitland and the Hunter Valley.
A step away from R18+ NEWS
A step away from R18+
By William Maher | Mar 20, 2012
The argument is more choice for adult gamers, but more protection for kids who play games.
Apple is doing well, but so is Microsoft NEWS
Apple is doing well, but so is Microsoft
By William Maher | Mar 20, 2012
Today's frenzy of stories over Apple's US$45 billion payout should not be confused with predictions of Microsoft's demise.
Essential download: VLC 2.0.1 FINAL tweaks interface, improves support and removes bugs NEWS
Essential download: VLC 2.0.1 FINAL tweaks interface, improves support and removes bugs
By Nick Peers | Mar 20, 2012
This VLC 2.0.1 FINAL release aims to fix many bugs and annoyances reported with the popular open-source video player.
Apple TV (2012) has double the RAM NEWS
Apple TV (2012) has double the RAM
By Luke Edwards | Mar 20, 2012
The TV box with 1080p manages it with an A5 chip and 521MB RAM
The NBN in Melbourne: where and when NEWS
The NBN in Melbourne: where and when
By William Maher | Mar 19, 2012
A quick overview looking at what the NBN Co's maps show about where the NBN is coming to Melbourne suburbs. Plus, how suburbs are chosen to be next in line for the NBN
Reviewed: The Panasonic Toughbook REVIEWS
Reviewed: The Panasonic Toughbook
By John Gillooly | Mar 20, 2012
Not every laptop has to be wafer thin. Meet the Panasonic Toughbook CF-53AACHYDA.
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